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    ParaNorman Spooks and Ghosts Concept Sketch Original Artwork Group (LAIKA, 2012). As a medium who can talk to the dead, Norman sees many different types of ghosts and spirits. Not only does he see them, but they are in a state that showcases the cause of their demise! This is a fantastic selection of dead people that Norman sees in the film -- a dead seaman, gangsters, English Victorian Age people, a 50's biker type, and a mechanic. A spooky series of seven concept/character design drawings from the hand of studio character design artist Heidi Smith. Paper ranges in sizes from 18" x 24" down to the smallest one which is 5" x 10". The images range from 8" to 13", all in Fine condition. This is truly the paranormal experience lot! From the LAIKA Archives.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    12th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 23
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